The Beauty Brands Celebs Covet Most On Social Media
By Elise Minton Tabin , Executive Beauty Editor |
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Not only does this beauty count New York dermatologist Dennis Gross, MD, as her go-to skin guru—she’s been going to him since she was 14 years old—but she’s also a huge fan of his Active Vitamin D Oil ($65) and All-in-One Cleanser ($30).
Sure, here good genes play a big role in her perpetually flawless skin. But knowing that Kate also gets that gleaming complexion courtesy of Goldfaden MD Doctor's Scrub ($75) makes us think we can have perfect skin like hers, too.
Her hair always looks spot-on, and while she may have celebrity colorists and stylists to thank for that great cut and color, daily essentials like Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray ($44) are also part of the equation.
It's safe to say that January covets the entire super luxe Sisley line (along with some other pretty prestige products). According to the company, two of her favorites are the Black Rose Mask ($162) and Supremya ($795), an anti-aging cream.
The star of Pretty Little Liars is a devoted fan of Boscia’s Charcoal Pore Minimizing Hydrogel Mask ($8), which harness the power of bamboo charcoal to really purify skin without causing breakouts.
Sarah Jessica Parker
SJP has gone on record saying that SheaTerra Rose Hips Black Soap Facial Wash ($18) is incredible and that her skin hasn’t been this clean since birth.
The queen of snapchatting her multistep beauty routine, Kim K. starts her morning skin care routine by exfoliating her skin with Kiko Milano Pure Clean Scrub & Peel Wipes, ($9) and says she’s #obsessed.
The Girls star is pretty smitten with the entire Mad Hippie natural skin care line.
I'll never apologize for promoting a smart, ethical brand owned by a woman I love that's doing only good things for awareness and for the environment. That being said, if @goop is outside of your price range this is another all-natural skincare line that's great for women with hormonal issues and sensitivities and it retails at a lower price point. A frustrating fact about this modern life is that chemical-filled products are way cheaper than cruelty-free natural ones. Wish the beauty industry was held more accountable and that we could guarantee safe products to women no matter their income. Let's add it to the list of goals, k?
Chloe Grace Moretz
Moretz took to Twitter to showcase her love for Stem Cell Beauty’s Stem Cell Gold Serum ($370), tweeting, “No promotion—battled w acne for years, this stuff genuinely helps, it’s expensive but it’s worth it.”